ABRAHAM JOSHUA HOESHL:
By: Isaac Broydé
Rabbi at Kolbushowa, and later at Miedzyboz, Poland; lived inthe beginning of the nineteenth century. He wrote two commentaries on the Pentateuch: "Torat Emet" (The Teaching of the Truth) and "Oheb Yisrael" (The Lover of Israel). In both works Abraham gives four different explanations of the Scripture: the literal, the homiletic, the allegoric, and the mystic.
- Walden, Shem ha-Gedolim he-Ḥadash, p. 13.